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The RHOA Ladies Come Together to Celebrate Kandi Burruss: "What a Night"

The RHOA cast member shared a glimpse into her special night with family and friends who stopped by the Broadway show she's co-producing.

By Anita Abedian
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Kandi Burruss just had an amazing night surrounded by family and friends. The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member and 2021 People's Choice Awards nominee was joined by her RHOA ladies, who recently attended the groundbreaking Broadway play Kandi's currently co-producing, Thoughts of a Colored Man. Kenya Moore, Shereé Whitfield, Drew Sidora, Marlo Hampton, and Olympic Gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross all stepped out on November 5 to show support for their fellow Housewife, as Kandi took to Instagram to share a peek into the celebratory night.

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"I had my girls [and] my bros all together!" Kandi wrote in the caption of her post, which featured a series of photos from the evening, including a group shot with Dyllón Burnside, Esau Pritchett, Luke James, Bryan Terrell Clark, Forrest McClendon, Tristan Mack Wilds, Garrett Turner, Bjorn DuPaty from the cast of Thoughts of a Colored Man.

In the series of snapshots, Kandi also shared a sweet picture with her husband Todd Tucker along with a heartwarming group shot posing with her fellow RHOA cast members. She added, "What a night [and] an incredible show."

Last month, Andy Cohen also attended the production, which is playing at The Golden Theater in New York City. The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host took to Instagram to praise the "must-see" Broadway play, adding that it was "enlightening, entertaining, excellent.”

Kandi recently opened up about her latest accomplishment, and what it meant to her to work on such a powerful project. "To be a part of the first production starring all Black men, a Black writer, a Black director, a Black lead producing team, it's an amazing feeling because throughout my life, I want to know that I've been able to make a difference and help people be seen," Kandi said in an interview with E! News. "This is our opportunity to mix it up, make people smile and bring people to the theater who haven't always felt that they were represented."

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